This is just one of many churches in Seville, except for the Macarena statue of the Virgin Mary. This is one of the statues held for various festivals. You have a long line to climb the stairs and see the statue up close from behind. The small mirror reflected her face in the corner. In the church, you can see a better view from the front. In my opinion, it is like a mannequin with crystals, tears and some gorgeous robes, but this is a big local event. The tall and burly Spanish gentleman standing in front of us burst into tears and had to be taken away by the guards. So, I think your degree of religious belief is an important factor in determining how much you like this. This church has given way and it is easy to walk from other places, so you can take a taxi.
The Magdalena Church was formerly the Dominican Convent. It is one of the most important Baroque buildings in Seville. The dome of the church is decorated with early American style patterns, and a large bell is placed in each of the three arches of the bell tower. In the church you can admire the frescoes painted by Lucas Valdes, as well as the works of Roldan, Ocampo, Leal, Zurbaran and other masters.